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Eversheds Sutherland Ots & Co

KENTMANNI 4/SAKALA 10, 10116 TALLINN, ESTONIA
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Work +372 622 9990
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Eversheds Sutherland Ots & Co, Tambet Toomela, Tallinn, ESTONIA

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Tambet Toomela

Tel:
Work +372 622 9990
Email:
Eversheds Sutherland

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Partner Tambet Toomela manages the Law Office's intellectual property law and IT law areas, and the construction law area.

Tambet has accumulated considerable experience in the field of construction law, advising clients, i.a. in connection with zoning and construction issues, as well as in obtaining construction related permits and approvals. Tambet has honed his knowledge in various aspects of construction law at the Eversheds London office.

Tambet also advises clients in connection with different intellectual property issues, e.g. their acquisition, registration and protection. He offers assistance in connection with issues concerning IT solutions, products and services. He is a member of the AIPPI (International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property) National Group and Estonian Bar Association IT-IP commission. Since 2015, Tambet is a lecturer at the University of Tartu, giving lectures and seminars on ICT litigation.

He is an active trial-attorney with extensive experience in handling civil and administrative disputes. 

Career

2005            Law Office Eversheds Ots & Co, incl. Eversheds LLP, London, in 2009

2004 - 2005  Law Office HETA

Education

2005  University of Tartu, Faculty of Law, LL.M., cum laude

Membership

Estonian Bar Association IP-IT commission

Estonian Lawyers Association

Estonian Young Lawyers Association

International Association for the Protection of Intellectual Property (AIPPI)   
 
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Position

Partner

Languages

Estonian, English, German, Finnish


Estonia

IP, IT and telecoms

Within: IP, IT and telecoms

Eversheds Sutherland Ots & Co regularly advises on data protection issues, including recently for Avon in a personal data transferring case. Practice head Tambet Toomela has ‘a very good understanding of his clients’ needs and thorough knowledge of IP and IT regulation, including at an international level’. In IT, Toomela and Risto Rüütel assisted Elisa Eesti with a network sharing agreement. Samsung Electronics and Microsoft are other clients.

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